Italian Ultras – H, I, J and K (Vecchio group names A-Z with group banners)

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H:

 

Halloween
Frosinone
Reggina, 1994-95:

Hang Men
Vadese

Happy Club
Potenza, 1993-94:


Hard South
Avellino, 1994-95:

Hass (German for Hate)
Hellas Verona

Head Out
Alessandria, 1992-93:

Mestre
Modena
Ternana, 1991:

1992:

Head Hunters
Matera

Hell Side
Juve Stabia

Hell Ween
Reggina

Hell White Blue
Lazio

Hell’s Angels
Ancona, 1991:

Bologna
Catania
Cesena
Cremonese
Empoli
Livorno
Piacenza, 1988-89:

Reggina, 1994-95:

Sampdoria, 1996:

Hell’s Angels Ghetto
Padova, 1987:

1989:

1990-91:

1992:

Hell’s Angels Granata (Maroon Hell’s Angels)
Torino

Hell’s Army
Milan
Sorrento

Hell’s Boys
Ascoli
Pescara

Hell’s Commandos
Inter

Hell’s Eagles
Voghera

Hell’s Rebels
Battipagliese, 1991-92:


1992-93:

1997:

Hells Boys
Vicenza

Hellas Alcool (Alcohol Hellas)
Hellas Verona

Hellas Army
Hellas Verona


Hellas Bulldogs
Hellas Verona

Hellas Clan
Hellas Verona

Hellas Dynamite
Hellas Verona

Hellas Girls
Hellas Verona

Herbs Men
Atalanta

Heroes
Foggia

Heroes Korps
Frosinone, 1987-88:



1989:

1990:

Highlanders
Juve Stabia, 1994-95:


Siena

Homer Group (as in Homer Simpson, reference to the “The Simpsons” TV show)
Battipagliese 

Hooligans
Alessandria, 1987-88:

Bari

Brescia, 1988-89:

Cagliari
Casarano
Empoli
Livorno
Modena
Molfetta, 1990-91:

Padova
Palermo
Pescara
Piacenza
Ravenna
Reggina
Taranto, 1985-86:

Viterbese, 1995-96:


Hooligans del bar Roma
(Hooligans from the Roma Bar)

Carpi

Hooligans Forever Boys
Vicenza

Hooligans Kaos
Pistoiese, 1991:


Siena, 1990:

Hooligans Teddy Boys
Udinese

Hooligans Supporters Ultras Vicenza
Vicenza

Hooligans Warriors
Foligno, 1988:

HR Girls
Battipagliese

 
Hunters
Ancona

Hurricane
Cesena

 

I:

 

I 4 Fedelissimi (I 4 Loyalists, stadium section)
Hellas Verona

I Marines
Vicenza

IGUS
Salernitana

Implacabili (Relentless)
Ternana

Imperio Granata (Spanish for Maroon Empire)
Acireale, 1992-93:

Impero (Empire)
Fiorentina

Impero Alabardato (Halberd Empire, a halberd being a two handed pole-weapon that appears on the club’s crest)
Triestina

Impero Bianconero (White-Black Empire)
Nola, 1989-90:

Impero Ultra’ (Ultras Empire)
Lecce, 1995:

Incazzati (Pissed Off)
Altamura

Incorreggibili (Incorrigible)
Bari

Incoscienti (Unaware
Catanzaro

Indecenti (Indecent)
Sciacca

Indian Boys
Ancona

Indians
Brescia, 1990-91:

Carrarese
Cassino
Catania, 1990-91:

Juventus, 1986:

1986:

Montevarchi
Novara, 1989-90:

Prato
Sassari Torres, 1985-86:

1989-90:

SPAL, 1989-90:

Indians Cento
Centese, 1988-89:

1990-91:

Indians Gela
Gela, 1996-97:

Indians Nola
Juve Stabia

Indians Rebels
Pavia, 1985-86:

1990:

1990-91:

1996:

Indians Ultras
Palermo

Indifferenti (Indifferent)
Perugia

Indigesti (Indigestible)
Viterbese, 1995-96:

Indipendenti (Independents)
Cremonese

Indios (Indians)
Reggina

Indomabili (Untameable)
Foggia, 1990-91:

1993-94:

Reggina

Indyans
Milan

Inferno (Hell)
Casertana

Inferno Bianconero (White-Black Hell)
Cesena, 1987:

Juventus

Inferno Biancorosso (White-Red Hell)
Monza
Vis Pesaro

Inferno Rossoblu (Red-Blue Hell)
Sambenedettese

Inferno Giallo-Rosso (Yellow-Red Hell)
Roma, 1989-90:

Inferno Gialloblu (Yellow-Blue Hell)
Hellas Verona, 1985:

Inferno Granata (Maroon Hell)
Reggiana

Inferno Rossonero (Red-Black Hell)
Foggia

Inferno Rosso-Verde (Red-Green Hell)
Ternana

Infuriati (Infuriated)
Reggina

Ingrifati (The Griffins)
Perugia, 1998:

Inkazzati (Pissed Off)
Altamura, 1996-97:

Perugia, 1988:

Intifada (Arabic for Shudder/Tremor, equivalent of Uprising/Rebellion)
Atalanta, 1992:

Modena
Reggina

Intifada Rosso Verde (Red Green Uprising, see above)
Ternana, 1992:

(Gli) Intoccabili (The Untouchables)
Spezia

Irish Clan
Hellas Verona
Roma
Sampdoria
SPAL, 1996:


Ternana, 1993:

Irish Group
Ternana

Iron Boys
Salernitana

Irriducibili (Unbreakable)
Battipagliese
Bra
Brindisi, 1989:

Carpi
Catania, 1994-95:

Chieti, 1994-95:

Derthona, 1988-89:

Inter, 1988-89:

1992:

1998:

Juventus, 1999:

Lazio, 1989:

1989:

1992:

1992-93:

Livorno
Lodigiani
Mestre
Monza
Nocerina
Reggina
Trapani

Irriducibili ’77
Lucchese, 1991:

Island Collective
Atalanta

 

J:

 

Jacobins (after the French political and revolutionary movement active during the French Revolution)
Perugia

Jack Daniels Group
Taranto, 1991-92:

Juventude Crociata (Portugese for Youth – Youth Crusade)
Padova

 

K:

 

Kamikaos
Siracusa

Kamikaze
Roma
Vadese
Vicenza

Kannibali (Cannibali – Cannibals)
Livorno

Kaotici (Chaotics)
Gela, 1996-97:

Giarre, 1992-93:

Lecce
Taranto, 1991-92:


Kaos
Ascoli
Avellino
Bari
Barletta, 1991-92:

Benevento, 1993-94:

Cecina
Fermana, 1993-94:

Frosinone, 1998:

Montevarchi, 1987-88:

Napoli
Parma, 1985-86:

Pro Sesto, 1995:

Ravenna, 1992-93:

Reggina
SPAL
Taranto, 1991-92:

Ternana, 1991-92:

Trapani, 1995-96:

Venezia/VeneziaMestra, 1989:

Vicenza

Kaos Gialloblu’ (Yellow-Blue Kaos)
Modena

Kaos Group
Lecce

Kaos Island
Cosenza

Kaos Korps
Brescia
Termoli

Kaos Nola
Nola, 1989-90:

Kanker Group (Ducth for cancer that is slang for “fuck”, so possibly akin to Fuck Off Group)
Cremonese

Kapovolta (see below)
Genoa

Kapovolti (From “capo volti” translating Head Faces, and capovolti – Overturned)
Pisa
Vicenza

Kassariati
Reggina

Kids
Derthona, 1987:

Monza
Sampdoria
SPAL, 1985-86:

1985:

Torino

Kids Derthona Sez. The Clash
(Sez.=Sezione – Section)
Derthona, 1987:



1988-89:

Killer Eagles
Cavese, 1980s:

Killers
Livorno

Killers Orzi
Brescia

Klan
Taranto
Udinese, 1993-94:

Kmer (as in Khmer Rouge, the Cambodian revolutionary regime that ruled Cambdoia in the 1970s)
Milan

Kobras
Pisa

Kollassati (Collassati – Collapsed)
Perugia

Kollettivo Alkooliko (Alkoholic Kollective)
Taranto, 1985-86:

1986-87:

Konfusi (Confusi – Confused)
Ternana, 1998-99:

Kooligans
Empoli

Kop
Como, 1996:

Korps
Como
Inter, 1988-89:

Torino, 1993:

Trapani, 1995-96:

Korps Skins
Torino

Krazy Group
Taranto, 1991-92:

Krips
Siracusa

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